Whether you are staying for just one night or for an extended period, Cassa offers a room type to suit. All are decorated in a similar way but have differing amenities. The standard room, which is, it has to be said, a little on the small side, is fitted with a green and dark brown floral carpet and has a queen size bed dressed in Frette linens with a studded black leather headboard. The furniture comprises simple wooden bedside tables on top of which stand a telephone and Geneva iPod docking station, a desk with second telephone and a closet containing a safe, iron and ironing board and the minibar which boasts Dean and Deluca snacks. Other features in the room include a 42" flatscreen television as well as a full length mirror leaning against the wall (as seems modish right now) and a multi-coloured digital image above the bed, also by Irene Mamiye. The bathrooms, which are relative in size to the rooms, are beautifully appointed in white and cream and boast Angelo Caroli toiletries, a well lit mirror for make-up application, monsoon shower box, OXO fittings and a coiffeuse with white leather pouffe. You'll also find Frette towels and bath robes as well as a hairdryer. The other categories of guestroom are very similar, differing mainly in size. The junior suite, which is again decorated in a fashion akin to the others, offers a separate seating area with a white leather corner couch and coffee table, king bed, larger flatscreen television, bathtub with monsoon shower and cheeky extras such as an intimacy kit.